Women Empowerment

Two Thari girls trained in rickshaw driving

Thar Foundation has also provided them two rickshaws to transport local school girls and also to earn livelihood after school…

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British Council trains 100 emerging young women for leadership role

The program offered emerging young women leaders a learning opportunity through an eight-week online, self-access leadership course. Islamabad Celebrating the…

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Gifts distributed among women and girls at Sartiyun Sikhia Center Kotri

Center has been established by Women and Youth Welfare Organization to educate women and girls and impart them vocational training…

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Sindh’s first ever Women’s Livestock Market organized in Tando Allahyar

NGO Research and Development Foundation organized the market, together with UN ITC and District administration Tando Allahyar under EU funded…

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Seminar on Women in Trade – Export Readiness held in Hyderabad

Commissioner Hyderabad lauded the women supporting and earnings livelihoods for their families through their knowledge and skills. Hyderabad The Trade…

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Rural women of Sindh striving to transform their lives

Rural women are victims of debt bondage, poverty, forced marriages, slavery, honor killings, domestic violence, child marriages and malnutrition. Aqif…

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Story of a Humble Heroine of Sindh

Ms. Ajeeba is Nasirabad’s wise village woman, a role model for others who want to move ahead and make a…

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Against all odds, the upper Sindh’s women are on the move..!!!

Capacity building was essential for rural women to start small businesses, however, these women groups and their organizations need collaboration…

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Rural Women of Sindh: Challenges and Pathways

Pathways and solutions to these challenges suggest that the work of women farmers must be recognized at the government level…

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An Anonymous Message

There is selfless determination for earning pride and prestige to set an example for many like me in our society.…

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